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  1. Summer Buyers' Guide: Sunglasses

    This summer, those in the know say that women will sport oversized, colorful plastic sunglasses. Think Jackie O meets Jessica Simpson and the Olsen Twins, predicts Michelle Lynn Walnum, the public relations director at A-list sunglass house Oliver Peoples in Los Angeles. Last year Jessica wore white

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  2. Diet, Lifestyle May Affect Eye Health

    March 24, 2006 -- Your eyes may be a window to your body's health, a new study shows. The report, published in Nutrition , shows that diet and lifestyle might sway the odds -- for better or worse -- of developing age-related macular degeneration (AMD). AMD is America's leading cause of vision loss.

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  3. Healthy Diet May Help Seniors' Vision

    Dec. 27, 2005 -- A healthy diet may be a feast for aging eyes. A new Dutch study links diets rich in four antioxidants -- beta carotene, vitamin C, vitamin E, and zinc -- to lower odds of developing age-related macular degeneration (AMD). The study by Redmer van Leeuwen, MD, PhD, and colleagues appe

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  4. Glaucoma Runs in the Family

    Dec. 19, 2005 -- If you have a sister or brother with glaucoma, your risk of developing the eye impairment may be four times the expected population risk, according to a study in the British Journal of Ophthalmology. Based on these findings, the authors recommend siblings of glaucoma patients have t

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  5. New Contact Lenses, Old Infection Risk

    Dec. 6, 2005 -- The newest extended-wear contact lenses have a similar risk of eye infections as older soft lenses worn for fewer nights. That news is reported in Ophthalmology. It comes from postmarketing studies funded by CIBA Vision, which makes the silicone hydrogel lenses, marketed as Night & D

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  6. Squint at Computer Screen: Eye Risk?

    Dec. 2, 2005 - The more you squint at a computer screen, the more you may be putting your eyes at risk. A new study shows the more people squint at a computer screen, the less they blink, and the more they reported symptoms like eye strain, dryness, irritation, and tearing. Researchers found squinti

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  7. Don't Want Dry Eyes? Eat Your Tuna

    Oct. 20, 2005 -- Women who eat a diet rich in tuna are less likely to have dry eye syndrome. Dry eye syndrome afflicts more than 10 million Americans. Artificial tears help but offer only temporary relief. Might diet play a role? A clue comes from the nearly 40,000 female health professionals aged 4

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  8. Slew of New Lenses Act Like Real Eyes

    Oct. 17, 2005 (Chicago) -- As more Americans age and require glasses, manufacturers are developing a variety of new lenses that can be placed in the eye that act more like the normal eye. "We are seeing more and more options," said John Vukich, MD, associate professor of ophthalmology at the Univers

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  9. New Eye Drugs Treat Macular Degeneration

    Oct. 17, 2005 (Chicago) -- Some ophthalmologists are treating an increasing number of people at risk for severe vision loss from age-related macular degeneration with a drug approved for cancer. And others are expressing optimism about the promise of new drugs now available or in the approval proces

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  10. Cigarettes Linked to Late-Life Blindness

    Sept. 7, 2005 - Need another reason to stop smoking? Cigarette smokers are far more likely than nonsmokers to go blind late in life, but few people are aware of the risk, new research suggests. Smoking was associated with a two- to threefold increase in the risk of developing age-related macular deg

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